6 reasons to choose Sentosa for your event

With stunning venues, luxury accommodation, a wealth of land and sea-based activities and mouth-watering cuisine, Sentosa provides groups with the ultimate in business and leisure.

Host events at extraordinary venues

Add a thrilling edge to any event at AJ Hackett’s Sentosa Skybridge. Located 47m above the ground, the venue is suited to more intimate groups, and can incorporate bungy jumping and giant swing activities. For an impressive large-scale event, Universal Studios Singapore, Southeast Asia’s only Universal Studios theme park, features an event space that stretches the entire park. For a water-themed venue, The Royal Albatross is the only luxury tall ship available for charter in Asia, berthed at a private pontoon at Resorts World Sentosa. With a range of spaces that can be adapted for events and dining available onboard, guests can take in some stunning views of Singapore’s coastline. For an impressive large-scale event, Universal Studios Singapore, Southeast Asia’s only Universal Studios theme park, features an event space that stretches the entire park.

Enjoy new adventures

Take a breathtaking ride with Skyline Luge Sentosa, zooming down a purpose- built track. Water enthusiasts can tackle the waves at Wave House Sentosa, with high-adrenaline flowboarding or test their nerves on high-speed water slides at Adventure Cove Waterpark. Get back to nature at the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and Animal and Bird Encounters, while groups can immerse themselves in an interactive exhibition at Sentosa Nature Discovery. For some sporting action, golf enthusiasts can try several rounds on Sentosa’s two state-of-the-art 18-hole golf courses.

Experience thrilling team-building activities

Travel along zip lines, go wall climbing, embark on a high-rope obstacle course with 36 challenging elements or try bungee trampolines - at Sentosa, groups will rarely be far from the action. Banana boats and paddle sports will guarantee fun on the water while groups can take teamwork to new heights at iFly Singapore, Southeast Asia’s largest indoor skydiving and wind tunnels facility.

Grand golfing

Voted best golf course in Southeast Asia, Sentosa Golf Club offers a setting among lush greenery with panoramic views. The Grand Salon sits up to 300 theatre-style and with a foyer overlooking the Tanjong course, it’s ideal for hosting an elegant cocktail reception or coffee breaks. Delegates can also host events in the indoor Sentosa Pavilion, featuring an outdoor terrace with breathtaking views of the Serapong course from the rooftop.

Stay in style

Sentosa offers over 3,500 rooms across 17 hotels including Beach Villas styled as tropical sanctuaries, featuring personal butler service for the ultimate in relaxation. Get up close and personal with both land and sea with a stay at one of its eleven Ocean Suites, housed in two-story townhouses. The upper level’s open living area leads to an outdoor patio and Jacuzzi, while at the lower level groups will be mesmerised by the underwater view of over 40,000 marine life. Those with a head for heights can stay at the Treetop Lofts, tucked away in a canopy of trees perched 12 metres above ground. Take luxury to a new level at W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, located on an exclusive resort island with private berths.

Indulge in world-class cuisine

With more than 100 dining options on the island, groups will be spoilt for choice. Feast on the finest steaks and the freshest seafood at Osia Steak and Seafood Grill; indulge in the best beachfront dining at the Mediterranean-themed FOC Sentosa or soak up some rustic charm at Coastes on Siloso Beach. For some spectacular themed options, opt for Dining on Cloud 9, with a four-course meal served in private cable car cabins, offering stunning views of Singapore’s cityscape. For an underwater experience like no other, the Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora, Singapore’s only underwater restaurant, is set against a backdrop of schools of fish, sharks and manta rays.

For more information, email: mice@sentosa.com.sg

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